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FOX News
Nov 25, 2012 12:00am PST
gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applause]. >> gov. mike huckabee: thank you, thank you very much. thank you very much, audience. and, welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. i hope that you and your family are enjoying some precious and special time together, during this thanksgiving holiday. you know, we all have a lot to be grateful for but sometimes we have to stop and realize it. i'm grateful that i have work, knowing that many of my fellow americans don't. i'm grateful to have the freedom to speak my mind. even criticize the government, even though in places like iran and north korea it probably gets you killed and i'm grateful to have food to eat and home a sleep in and realize during this special weekend, there are thousands still left stranded and homeless by hurricane sandy and tragically some of our nation's veterans are sleeping on the streets, because we have not provided the resources they were promised. i am grateful for my church. it doesn't just preach the gospel, it practices it. and, it delivered hundreds of food baskets to good families,
Comedy Central
Nov 20, 2012 1:00am PST
one for you tonight. my guest mike huckabee of the fox news program huckabee will be on the program. he's clearly landed in the right place for himself in terms of hosting. i just want to tell you very quickly, hurricane sandy relief efforts still slowly but surely advancing. the red cross, fema companies doing a nice job except obviously the power company in long island. [bleep]. it would be a shame if you lost power. but here is the thing about the conditions. it's much worse than you probably understand even from the vivid and horrific nature of the images you've seen. the destruction and devastation. the crazy part some of the hardest hit area are places heavily populated with our first responders. firefighters, police, sanitation, e.m.t.s, all live very heavily in these areas. people we rely on when we are in trouble. the dedication of rescue workers, volunteers has been phenomenal but there's still huge needs for hands-on help out there. we work with a particularly great group. statten island strong. they're being funded by the foundation that is out in statten island. you can
Comedy Central
Nov 20, 2012 7:30pm PST
>> stephen: that's it for the from comedy central's world news headquarters in new york, this is the daily show with jon stewart. >> jon: welcome to the daily show. my name is jon stewart. we have a good one for you tonight. my guest mike huckabee of the fox news program huckabee will be on the program. he's clearly landed in the right place for himself in terms of hosting. i just want to tell you very quickly, hurricane sandy relief efforts still slowly but surely advancing. the red cross, fema companies doing a nice job except obviously the power company in long island. [bleep]. it would be a shame if you lost power. but here is the thing about the conditions. it's much worse than you probably understand even from the vivid and horrific nature of the images you've seen. the destruction and devastation. the crazy part some of the hardest hit area are places heavily populated with our first responders. firefighters, police, sanitation, e.m.t.s, all live very heavily in these areas. people we rely on when we are in trouble. the dedication of rescue workers, volunteers has been phenomenal but there's still huge needs for hands-on help out there. we work with a particularly great group. statten island strong. they're being funded by the foundation that is out in statten island. you can donate. needs are constantly changing. so the best thing you can do honestly is show up in person with a crowbar. or help out and send money. although if you do find yourself with extra crowbars or heavy garbage bags or gloves or masks or underwear or shelter, let people know because, boy, this is going to take a long time. it's going to take everybody to get hands-on with this damned thing. let's get to the news. there comes a time in everybody's life when you're faced with a choice, whether you would like to have sex at your desk at work or remain employed. it can go either way. >> the dramatic fall from grace of one of the most respected military men of this generation >> jon: don't be america one of the most respected military men of this generation. c.i.a. director and retired four-star general david petraeus stepped down friday after admit to go an extra marital affair. >> jon: it was captain america. the four-star general and current c.i.a. director caught in a web of sexual intrigue. c.i.a. director, perhaps, this isn't a sexy soviet agent with one of them naughty innuendo names like sonnia vaginov or natalie fellatiovich. and his con vaiveing paramoru told on him. is that how they found out about this? >> law enforcement and multiple u.s. officials tell nbc news that emails between him and paula broadwell, his biography were indicative of an extra marital affair. >> jon: really? email? all they had to do to nab america's spy-master general is log to his email? we can intrigue that little sound bite up a little bit? >> law enforcement and multiple u.s. officials tell abc news that emails between him and paula broadwell his biographer were indicative of an extra marital affair. >> jon: how exciting. wait. ( cheers and applause ) the woman involved is petraeus' biographer paula broadwell. why does that name seem so familiar to me? please welcome to the program paula broadwell. no, no, that's not it. oh, wait. that is it. by the way, in case anyone out there thought i may have actual journalist instincts, i give you a quick snippet of my interview. >> he's a very high-energy person. he loves serving. he loves to be in the arena >> i thought i would test him but he would test me. >> crushed his pelvis. it was back in the swimming pool. from a mentoring point of view wanted to help me with this project. he can turn water into bottled water >> jon: the whole thing was innuendo after innuendo. the whole time i'm like duh. i had her right there talking about petraeus and it never crossed my mind. the whole time. i was just staring at how defined her arms were and trying to think of another version of my classic i'm an asthmatic joke. i'm the worst journalist in the world. for god's sakes, the title of her book was "all in." ( cheers and applause ) might as well have called the book what's got two thumbs and is banging his biography? or at least i should have noticed how she was footnoting her information. powerful man at the highest level of government succumbing to desire. what are you going to find credible people to speak to this type of situation >> newt gingrich is a former republican presidential candidate and speaker of the house. >> jon: we got the highest level of government banging a mistress. get me gingrich. well booked, today's show. well booked. age-old story. boy meets girl. boy marries her. boy gets promoted. boy bangs underling. nothing more, nothing less or is there in >> this was announced three days after the presidential election. was it held? >> when was the white house told? you just have to wonder what the heck is this? >> to be told on tuesday at 5:00 p.m. of election day which is the story now. frank he loo it doesn't pass the smell test. >> jon: it has a yucky smell. conspiracy number one. the f.b.i. held back the petraeus affair story to prevent obama from losing the election. why we tray us' affair would have had any impact on the election i'm not sure. the point is if only a republican had known about this prior to election day. >> house majority leader eric cantor said an f.b.i. employee told him in october about the petraeus affair. >> jon: oh. the real question is, why is eric cantor protecting the president? why? conspiracy one down. why would the administration want to take out petraeus now? >> this is highly sus spush us in its timing >> a few days before petraeus is set to testify about what he knew about benghazi and what the c.i.a. did it doesn't make sense >> so many people are saying that's kind of suspicious >> this is very suspicious e fact that he no longer will have to testify >> now he won't testify, folks. jon: right before he was about to testify on benghazi, conspiracy number two, now we'll never know what petraeus knew unless quitting is different from dying. and has no bearing on whether petraeus will have to testify. >> that's a little bit nonsense because he will be summoned up to the hill. he will testify. >> jon: or will he? oh, he will. of course petraeus has already spoken once to the congress about benghazi. we know what that is worth >> what did david petraeus do right after we started finding out about benghazi. he seemed to side with the white house in the analysis that it was the videotape. why did david petraeus side with the white house in that testimony? he knew he was under investigation for his personal life. but is there more to this story about why he said that? >> jon: conspiracy number 3. either the president of the united states blackmailed the head of the c.i.a., forcing him to agree with the administration's lie, or that theory is stupid. can't be both. still though... ( cheers and applause ) ... while we don't have facts, while we don't have facts, we do have feelings >> this is one of those "what the heck is going on" kind of moments. this feels a little homeland. >> jon: really like the show homeland because it's not homeland. it's melrose place. here's the conspiracy. a powerful man had an affair with a phony admirer. all of a sudden she saw another girl flirting with him and she was like email why are you flirting with my man? because i saw him first. the other girl is is i'm going to call my friend who works at the f.b.i. because you're scaring the [bleep] out of me. my god, this goes all the way to the top. well not necessarily the top. to that area between the pelvis and the upper thighs. we'll be right tonight a former governor of arkansas, host of huckabee on the fox news channel, also a best-selling author. his new book is called dear chandler, dear scarlet, a grandfather's thoughts on faith, family and the things that matter most. please welcome back to the program, mike huckabee. ( cheers and applause ) how are you? >> well, i'm doing great, jon. let's just don't talk about the elections. >> jon: look at this book right here. >> that's a good thing to talk about >> jon: dear chandler, dear scarlet. i find that there is nothing kids love more than letters from their grandparents >> that's why i wrote it. i knew even when they're just tots they'll say please read those to me again >> jon: hopefully it will be about the way the weather used to be. >> it could be. jon: all right. let me ask you a question. you said something... i don't know if this was election night, it was about the republican party and how they have to expand their base. take a look at this. mike huckabee talking about... >> i think republicans have done a pathetic job of reaching out to people of color. something we have to work on. >> jon: why to they have to work on that? in other words like is it work or is it something you feel like how do you reach out to people of color without necessarily addressing their concerns? >> that's a fair question. jon, i got 49% of the african-american vote in my state when i was ran for governor. i think it's ridiculous for republicans to assume we won't get that vote. it's automatic for the democrats. that's just not true. >> jon: right i think the fact is republicans have done a pathetic job of communicating what conservatism does to empower people and how it helps people to move from one rung of the ladder to the next. and to be honest, some brands of conservatism don't help people make it to the next rung of the ladder >> jon: here's what i think is actually a larger problem for conservatives in this arena because i've noticed the pivot among certain, you know, all of a sudden they're saying like, maybe we should talk about immigration since we need to pick off some hispanic vote. we should talk about... there is a certain patronizing feeling of like, oh, god, all right, so we have to talk to latinos and black people now >> that will never work. that will never work because you can't show up in october of an election year and say, oh, by the way we wanted to come by and say hello. we'd sure like for you to vote for us. it's about appointments. it's about policy that changes the way people perceive your party because of the reality that you're actually doing something that helps them. whether it's education or economic development. you have to make sure that it's not just some kind of a election year window dressing because that doesn't do a dog-gone thing >> jon: here's what i think the largest obstacle you're going to have to overcome. what they have utilized minorities for in the conservative world in a lot of ways. this is election day >> what's going on in philly with the new black panther party >> the number of black panthers were outside of a polling site >> a member of the new black panther party >> standing guard emi-military post to intimidate voters >> fox news confirmed he is a designated poll watcher. >> if it's not voter intimidation, what is it? >> standing guard outside a polling place >> intimidating voters in philadelphia >> last time four years ago one of them had a billy club >> in 2008 in philadelphia, they said you can't be ruled by a black man >> jon: basically there's a story on fox that ran 21 times. there's a black guy in philadelphia. and he's by the door. do you understand what i'm saying? you cannot simultaneously use a group of people as a boogie man. you can't scare... here's the hope it seemed like of the right. we're going to scare you enough to vote out this one black guy by showing you these other black guys. but we don't want to scare you so much about these other black guys that you think they might be near where you vote >> i think it would be a little bit of a stretch to say that every conservative has this anxiety because that's not true. there are a lot of black conservatives >> jon: would you say that they use that to stir up fear about a black panther man >> i think it goes back to the election four years ago when there was apparently some voter intimidation >> jon: there were two guys at that polling place >> with billy clubs in their hands walking around. that kind of maybe dissuade me from wanting to vote if somebody was cracking a billy club >> jon: if that's what they were doing >> that's what the photographs show, jon. here's what i think has to happen. it's as if fox is doing it. i'm on fox. i don't think that. i don't do that >> jon: we'll be right back with more from mike huckabee where we will challenge that >> jon: we're talking with governor mike huckabee about an important issue. when you keep demonizing these groups whether it be single women, black people, ill illegal immigrants, it makes it impossible to work with them as a collaboration. why would you collaborate with evil people? when you convince them they're evil. why work with them >> i won't defend that. i hope you wouldn't defend that every time christians are depicted on many of the talk shows they're depicted as homophobic, racist, you know,... >> jon: don't confuse that though when people are not being scientific but when they're against... you can argue with someone about gay marriage. you can challenge someone on climate change when they pretend it doesn't exist and say that's unscientific because that's a fact. >> one of the most fundamental conservative views is that of believing pro-life believing that every life has value and worth. that's scientific because you know that biologically life begins at conception. that's irrefutable from a biological standpoint. you can argue the theology of it. you can argue the philosophy of it. you can't argue the biology of the beginning of life >> jon: i don't know that... i mean that's such a loaded... here's why i ask you because i never know who you are. i don't know if you're the nice grandfather who sits... >> i'm a wonderful grandfather jon: and talks to me very respectfully. there was a commercial that you made during the election that troubled me to some extent. >> i hope it's the one i'm thinking about >> jon: it show it for me this november christians across the nation will be put to the test. some issues are not negotiable. the right to life from conception to natural death. marriage should be reinforced, not redefined. it is an egregious violation of our cherished principle of religious liberty. your vote will affect the future and be recorded in eternity. this is mike huckabee asking you to join me november 6 and vote based on values that will stand the test of fire. >> jon: okay. i'm glad you brought that one up >> jon: i look at that and i go are you saying that you vote for the democrats you're going to hell? >> no. jon: it sure looked like hell. i'm going to hell anyway. i'm a jew. i already know where i'm going. my point is, can you understand how you can watch and if i disagree with you about gay marriage i'm going to hell? >> if they're biblically ill literal they would. 1 corinthians 10 the whole metaphor of the christian gospel. seriously, whole metaphor is about that your works are tested by fire. that biblical passage is one that every believer, every new testament believer is going to understand what that means. i heard people on television say, oh, mike huckabee saying if you don't vote for mitt romney you're going to hell. never said that. never said romney. never said obama. >> jon: there's a pretty good connection between that and hell >> no there's not. 1 corinthians chapter 10, read it jon. it talks about that our works are put through the test of fire just like you would put metal in the forge and that's what was the imagery >> jon: but you narrowed your works to two things: pro-life and antigay marriage. >> not antigay marriage. there's a difference between anti-something and if you're for something >> jon: what are you for marriage is a biblical model jon: the biblical model is polygamy. >> no, jon. adam and eve. polygamy came much later than that and later was repudiated >> jon: the people in the bible redefined >> jesus said a shall leave his mother and father and the woman will leave her home and the two shall become one >> jon: isn't it the height of man's arrogance to presume what jesus would vote for down the line as a value? this is my point. we can come on and have a conversation. when i see that and i go mike huckabee doesn't just disagree witme. he believes my position that gay people are members of the species and whoever they love marriage strengthens traditional families because gay families are wonderful families raising wonderful kids. that's a value... and the value of them is not their gayness. marriage is about honest, trust worthy people working in a loving household, having nothing to do with what their sexuality is. how can you say that me believing that is registered in the book of fire? >> it's not the book of fire. jon: the anvil of fire with the fire guy >> i'm going to have to teach you what it is to go a black smith's shop and how you creat create... >> jon: all you were saying is this is going to be in a metal book? >> no. jon, the point of all of this is it is a message to christian believers, saying to them that your vote can't be separated from your faith. all of our works are going to be tested by fire >> jon: let me ask you this. what if they voted for someone that they felt wasn't good for poverty or good for programs for the poor, will that be recorded in the same way as the gay marriage? >> every vote is going to be jon: where is that commercial? >> we only have 60 seconds. snop do you get at some level where my dissatisfaction is coming from? >> no, i never will understand your dissatisfaction, jon. >> jon: on the book shelves now. buy the book. mike huckabee. >> jon: all right. spoiler alert. that's our show. join us tomorrow night at 11:00. here it is your moment of
Comedy Central
Nov 19, 2012 11:00pm PST
things that matter most. please welcome back to the program, mike huckabee. ( cheers and applause ) how are you? >> well, i'm doing great, jon. let's just don't talk about the elections. >> jon: look at this book right here. >> that's a good thing to talk about >> jon: dear chandler, dear scarlet. i find that there is nothing kids love more than letters from their grandparents >> that's why i wrote it. i knew even when they're just tots they'll say please read those to me again >> jon: hopefully it will be about the way the weather used to be. >> it could be. jon: all right. let me ask you a question. you said something... i don't know if this was election night, it was about the republican party and how they have to expand their base. take a look at this. mike huckabee talking about... >> i think republicans have done a pathetic job of reaching out to people of color. something we have to work on. >> jon: why to they have to work on that? in other words like is it work or is it something you feel like how do you reach out to people of color without necessarily addressing their concerns
FOX News
Nov 10, 2012 5:00pm PST
that sends waves in the intelligence community. mike rogers has questions about the surroundings of huckabee start necessary two questions. >> tonight on huckabee. >> it doesn't matter if you are black or white or hispanic or asian american. cumake it >> three-quarters of the hispanic vote. south carolina lindsay graham. and david petraeus suddenly steps down. north carolina congresswoman sue myrick on how the resignation impacts the investigation. benghazi attack. >> because of your honor 36 men are alive because of your courage fallen americans came home. >> we salute sergeant dacota myers. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you very much. welcome to huckabee from it is fox news studios in new york city. i have a great new recipe i tried out this week for fryed crow. i have been eating a lot of that lately. like a lot of conservatives across the land, i thought romney would be elected president and i was wrong so were most of the conservative observers and comment ators. let's be clear it was not the choice i was hoping for, but you know what, we did it without blood shed and bullets and people with boots and badges dragging us in the streets. hand ringing begins as republicans complain about the campaign or mitt romney himself. romny earned the primary and he and his campaign team gave it all they had. i don't agree that the obama message of bigger government and more taxes won. it was not an election of message. but the machinery to get out the votes for president obama and it was a masterful and methodical effort. >> as i listen to fellow television and radio talk show host or read the opinion colupes of those who excoreated romney. if you were not critical about mitt romney the day before the election, don't be critical and a phony the day after. the loudest critics were the people who never once put their own names on a ballot for anything some have a perfect insight of how to run a campaign and be a candidate. i sure hope they will give us all of the benefit of the expertis and maybe they will sign up to run next time. there are lessons to be learned and yes, we need a better outreach of color. and those who say the republicans can't win the african-american. they are wrong. i got normal half of all of the african-american in moy state in the bid for governor in 2002. we need the same values and principles and them with our heart not just our heads. remind poem what we are for and not what we are against no longer afraid to take a clear and decisive stand for principle issues. mitt romney has my appreciation for giving himself fully or to the effort. he ran and he won the nomination and deserve today my respect and support. you know, i know what it is like to be on the field and actually to be in the game, most of the critics never got much closer than the nacho tand and they have watched from the comfort of the sky boxes. look, i love politics, but i will tell you this, i am glad it is over. [ applause ] >> you know? [ applause ] and the fact is, there is more to life than just elections. later on in the show, i will show you something more important to me. by the way i think you will agree that elections are important and have consequences. i will congratulate the president and hope he leads as well as he campaigned. that's my view. [ applause ] well, did republican policy to immigration cost them the hispanic vote? i spoke to south carolina senator lindsay graham about that. >> george w. bush received 44 percent of the hispanic vote in 2004. president bush 43 understood the hispanic community and was a great governor of texas and hispanic felt good about president bush. why? they are pro life like you and me, mike entrepreneur and joined the military and incrediblele patriotic and hard working people. in 2004 44. and 2008 why went down to 31. what happened in 2004 and 8? we tried under president bush leadership to pass comprehensive immigration reform in 2006 and 7 and during the debate rhetoric coming out of the corners was our party alienated the hispanic community. we need to secure our borders, and we built a wall between the republican party and hispanic community and in 2012 that wall got higher. we got twen percent of the vote in 2012. we are going the wrong way. it is basod rhetoric and tone coming out of certain elements of the republican party in the immigration debate. >> i know republicans get nervous when you talk about conservation immigration reform. it is not amnesty, describe what comprehensive immigration reform looks like? >> there is no way to solve the immigration problem until you secower our borders, do you agree with that! >> i do. >> that is the beginning, no matter what you do, if you walk across the street in america, we will be flooded with illegal immigrants for years and so get the border secured and before i would do anything else. i would want it to be certified to be secured by the board of state governors and working with department of the homeland security where they it would us we have done everything within reason to secure the border after that. deal with why people come? why do we have 12 million illegal immigrants? >> they come here for the stame reasons our ancestors did, yours and mine. i thank god that people are trying to break into rather than breaking out of. we need the perspective right there? >> they come here to work. this is the place where everybody would love to come because we are america and they come here for jobs. they live in poor, corrupt countries to the south of our border. you know why we are not overrun to canadian. they come to mird myrtle beach in march and we love to have them. they have a stable noncorrupt government and don't feel the need to come to america to get a job. people in the south live in terrible conditions and come here to get a job. once you secure the border. make sure you are not hiring illegal immigrants and give your employer community verifiable documents so they know the legal and illegal. you need employer veriction to control the hiring in this country. that is it a magnet and why have a social security card. you have one? >> i better have one. >> you like ronald regan in >> of course i do. >> i will make you ronald regan by midnight. i can go to south carolina and get a social security card saying you are ronald regan and a hispanic person comes to you that said i am ronald regan. you do i want look like ronald regan you get sued. i want documents verifiable for employment. turn it in a biometric document that cannot be faked and go back to roger els to negotiate your contract you may mike moore and he ask a good job. roger els. mike huckabee knocks it out of the park on sunday night. you go back to negotiate with roger, you will have a document that fox news can prove quickly that you are mike huckabee. if you did that one thing along with securing the border, it would be hard to hire the illegal immigrant. if they do they ought to lose their business and go to jail. >> it stounds reasonable but people in the republican party if there is anything that does not severely punish peam who are here, senator, that is the got you. >> it is it a huge price for supporting the idea that the children of illegal immigrants should be treated with respect and dignity, you know, that just, just was not an acceptable position to take. i never understood why we punish the children for something that the parents did? how do we get through that in the republican party. >> okay, find an american solution to a american problem. the worst thing we can do as republicans is try to use immigration reform to create a political advantage for hispanic. we should create a american solution to an american problem and fix immigration system for all americans it is it a national security and economic and social problem and the reason i didn't talk about the 12 million. it was not loist upon me. i got the heck beat out of me in 2006 and seventrying to solve the problem. when you ran for president you took the high road. 12 million what to do for them. should leave because ther not adding value and broken the law outside of the illegal immigration and should be deported. but there are millions of people who have been here a long time and once we secure our border and get verifiable documents in place, we should turn to the folks and say only crime you came is come here illegal and you are hard work come out of the shadows, we'll identify you and give you a card and you are going to start paying taxes and you can't stay here unless you pass leng issproficiency exam and pay a fine and never become a citizen by breaking in the line. get in the back of the line and earn your way forward to citizenship and you jump in front of people doing it right, that is it the right solution for america and not just for the hispanic community. mike, i would like to say one thing about you. when it comes to talking about pro life issues. you are my mentor and model. we don't have to change anything about being conservative. the election was close. we are underperforming with a group of people who are natural fit for the republican party. we ran hispanics away and we'll get them back by being socially physical lie conservative. african-american support traditional major higher than any other group in the country. you don't have to change fiscal or social conservative. but talk like mike huckabee. when you were governor, you did well with african-americans because they knew you were fair. i look forward to rebranding the republican party in a way that can appeal to a wider group of people. here is the good news. conservatism is it an asset and not a liability. >> senator thank you and your kind words are deeply appreciated. thanks so much. >> and general david petraeus was suppose tod testify on capitol hill about the benghazi attacks that killed four mirns and before he resigned to friday. how does has resignation imact the hearingings. i will ask congresswoman sue myrick. >> go to mikehuckabee.com. and tell me what you think sign up for facebook page and follow me on twitter. you can find a link to that and more on mikehuckabee.com. i have a cold... i took dayquil, but i still have a runny nose. 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[ male announcer ] you're welcome. that's the cold truth! >> next week the house and senate will hold three hearings on the attack that consulate in benghazi, libya that killed four americans back on 2011. general petraeus was expected to be question suddenly resigned on friday citing an extra marital affair. they will be holding a closed hearing on thursday. congresswoman, it is great to have you back on the show and thank you for being here on what is a remarkable turn of events in the last hours. i want to begin with the resignation of general petraeus who was supposed to be questioned this week by your committee. will he show up for questioning and will you ask him oir will he comvoluntarily our will he be subpeona. >> i can't worry that. we have the ability to subpeona people. there is concern about his testimony and he does have answers to the questions. and we'll be looking at that as we get back in session next week. the hearing is not until thursday. another committee chairman spoke up and said he would subpeona him and i suppose that would happen with other people as well mike, there are so many unanswered questions, that the american people have a right to know what happened and the families who lost loved ones have a right to know what happened. >> general petraeus had an honorable career and i don't want to take anything away from the extraordinary service he gave to the country. but a number of members of congress were unhappy with the earlier testimony to the committees and claiming that it was a flash mob in benghazi that was the cause of the trouble. were you one of the people disappointed in his earlier testimony now that we know it didn't happen. >> the whole series of information was frustrating from the beginning. i mean, fich days afterward, the libyan president came out saying it was a premeditated terrorist attack on the united states and the video situation was not true. and you know, then after tharks that was at the same time that the un ambassador susan rice out there telling cbs that they didn't have enough information to know since then, there are leaks and cables and e-mails that show within hours after the attack, the administration knew that the islamic militant group claimed responsibility for it but that was not mentioned and so there are so many questions to be ask and stow many people who know thing that is they need to tell us. the intelligence committee is able to get information that other committees don't have acess tompt and the administration has to be straight up with us. they don't have an excuse for not telling us the truth. >> yoed hillary clinton secretary of state, will she be call tod testify and will she do so? >> she may be called by another committee. technically her department is not under our jurisdiction. we are the intelligence committee strictly. i would assume other committees might call her. what she will do. i don't know. it is an unfortunate swadings that we are looking at now. the timing of the resignation is for curious and we have to get to the bottom of it and find out the truth of what happened because the american people deserve to know. >> a lot of people said just what you did, the timing of the resignation said it was curious. and military analyst questioned it happened just after the and before the hearingings whampt do you read boo that oir do you read anything? >> i will don't care fospeculate. i ask those questions in the hearing. hopefully we'll get the answers. i like everybody else want to know. >> congresswoman, this administration is reluctant to call terrorism, terrorism whether it is benghazi or fort hood or soldiers in little rock. they don't want to say terrorism and islamic jihadist are alive and doing why is that? >> osama bin laden was kimed, there was no more problem. al-qaida was gone and we didn't have a problem and so they have refused to admit they exist and you know, governor, they are out there and they are literally anything they can do to distroy us in the united states they will do. you and i have discussed just before who is in our country and what can happen. look at the terrorist attack domestically in the last 18 months. for anyone to sweep iturped the rug is ridiculous. the truth has to be told. >> i am glad you are on the commit eye and i hope you will probe for the truth. >> we will. >> thank you for being with us today. >> you're welcome. >> the house hearings will begin on thursday november 15th. by the way, that is the date of the highly anticipated debut of broadway musical call scandalous that is written by cathy lee go giford. and she will join us next to talk about it. 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[ applause ] >> hello, governor. >> hi, cathy lee. >> nice to see you. >> wow, you are always doing something and now a broadway play you have written about a interesting character. >> a real woman of history. fallen through the cracks of history. her store store is unbelievable. if she was unbelievable why haven't. >> ♪ hooreyes for holly. ♪ everyone from shirrley to amy temple. it is amy tempem mcpearson and i have been fascinated with her for 40 years. >> thee is fascinating. >> i heard of her 40 years in college and i said no one could have lived eye life like that. the tempem show built is still >> i poke in the dream >> still taking care of 30,000 people a week in the worst part of the los angeles. amy in a nut shell was a 17 year old athiest who was a farm girl from canada and was the most controversial woman of her generation and saved one and half million people. and baptized marilyn monroe as a baby and got john wayne his first yob. charlie chaplin helped to design her set. she was the first person to understand people who think that the bible are dull is people who never read the bible. if i put on these in church, it will be like the real housewives of the old testament. you want crazy store stores and intrigue and drama and sex and violence and love and romance and despair, read the bible. and in a nut shell it was the hottest ticket in hollywood. she disappeared governor in 1926 swimming off of the coast of the santa monica area and they thought she drowned and she rees merged and the drict attorney said you were shacked up in the temp nel carmel our musical takes place and starts on the eve before the verdict is about to be read and she takes that opportunity to tell her life store store in hopes that people will understand that none of our lives is defined by one experience. but it is it our whole life that defines us and what we leave behind is remembered. >> i love store stores that are true and sometimes the truth is more intertaining . >> you can't write this stuff and can't make it up. >> you never seize - cease foamace me. you have a daily show and you squeeze in writing a broadway play that i think will be a good hit. >> i hope you come. >> you have a book tour first. >> scandalous will be running. i predict it will be a long running. >> what did you predict for the election? >> cathy lee. i hope your play is better than what i predicted for the election. it is so good to see you. >> it is it a pleasure to see you, governor. thank you, everybody. >> be sure to see scandalous if you are coming to new york. tell your friends you are getting in a scandal. >> and the president is not compromising on the fiscal cliff. but hear my reaction and quotes of the week when we come back. 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Nov 10, 2012 8:00pm EST
. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> thank you. thank you very much. welcome to huckabee from it is fox news studios in new york city. i have a great new recipe i tried out this week for fryed crow. i have been eating a lot of that lately. like a lot of conservatives across the land, i thought romney would be elected president and i was wrong so were most of the conservative observers and comment ators. let's be clear it was not the choice i was hoping for, but you know what, we did it without blood shed and bullets and people with boots and badges dragging us in the streets. hand ringing begins as republicans complain about the campaign or mitt romney himself. romny earned the primary and he and his campaign team gave it all they had. i don't agree that the obama message of bigger government and more taxes won. it was not an election of message. but the machinery to get out the votes for president obama and it was a masterful and methodical effort. >> as i listen to fellow television and radio talk show host or read the opinion colupes of those who e
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Nov 13, 2012 7:00am PST
talk with oliver stone, mike huckabee the developer of insta instagram and golfer nick faldo. >> refers to the department of defense a matter involving general john allen. >> the pentagon is rocked as a top u.s. general is linked to the petraeus scandal. >> u.s. commander in afghanistan is under investigation for alleged inappropriate communications with jill kelley. >> the sex scandal began when kelley received harassing e-mails from petraeus' biographer and mistress paula broadwell. >> fbi agents were at paula broadwell's north carolina home last night for more than four hours. >> the fbi agent who launched the investigation has sent shirtless pictures of himself to jill kelley. >> you know remember when we said you couldn't have made this case up. >>> president obama will likely nominate u.s. ambassador susan rice to replace hillary clinton as secretary of state. >> the founder of the mcafee software company is wanted for questioning in a murder. mcafee hasn't been seen since. >>> evacuated south of san francisco, huge water main break, cars up to their tires in water and
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Nov 11, 2012 5:00pm PST
medal of honor recipient dakota meyer. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> thank you, thank you very much. welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. well, i have a great new recipe i tried out this week for fried crow. i've been eating a lot of that lately. like a lot of conservatives across the land, i really thought mitt romney was going to be elected president. well, i was quite wrong and so were most of the conservative observers and commenttators. so, america has made a choice. now, let's be clear, it was not the choice that i was hoping for, but now what? we did it without bloodshed, bullets, we did it without people with boots and badges dragging us through the streets. of course, now, the hand wringing begins as republican whine about mitt romney's campaign or mitt romney himself. look, romney won the primary and he earned the right to carry our banner. in his campaign they gave it all they had and i don't agree with those who said that the obama message of bigger government and more taxes won. it was not an election about a
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Nov 13, 2012 7:00am EST
it so wrong. >> and we'll get more on that from mike huckabee. >> exactly. mike huckabee will be here shortly. four years ago, remember mike huckabee ran for president. he didn't win either. we're going to ask the former arkansas governor what he took out of this election and where republicans go from here. we've got that story ahead on "cbs this morning." t ways to say get well to your loved ones. ♪ this came for you, mommy. [ female announcer ] but it takes the touch of kleenex® brand, america's softest tissue, to turn a gesture into a complete gift of care. [ barks ] send your own free kleenex® care pack... full of soothing essentials at kleenex.com. kleenex®. america's softest tissue. and less saturated fat? it's eb. eggland's best eggs. better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. it's eb. since then, there's been one wedding, 2 kids, and 43 bottles of olay total effects. so in spite of 185 tantrums 378 pre-dawn starts and a lot of birthdays, caroline still looks amazing. you can challenge what's possible thanks to the trusted performance of olay. 60 years, millions of women
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Nov 3, 2012 12:00pm EDT
for you. presidential cand date and fox news hote e host mike huckabee and jan brew yer rudy julual and you will hear from key representatives from both campaigns. death tollfrom super storm sandy is 109. power out ages could last for days and no sign of help. many people are suffering in the aftermath. we are live with the latest on the recovery effort. new developments on the benghazi terror attackings. sources telling fox news that security was so bad officials were considering suspending operations. hello. i am uma kumarajo. america's news headquarters right now. hello, everybody. we begin with the final push for the white house. governor mitt romney is chris crossing with stops new hampshire and colol and ohio. and president obama also has stops planned in wisconsin and virginia still to go. we have live team coverage over the next two hours and chief white house correspondant edhenry. first governor romney will end his day. >> good afternoon. there is talk on the campaign trail about something that president obama said yesterday when he was in ohio. he does this and said somet
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Nov 13, 2012 7:00pm EST
here with me. gary bernsen is here. and former arkansas governor mike huckabee among our guests. our first guest says no one knows more about benghazi than petraeus, but even if he were to testify, the credibility has now been discredited. joining us, kate mcfarland. this is first of all we have to acknowledge i believe it is very clear, there is so much more here writing every day, more questions, it runs deep. the idea that petraeus would not testify or that the secretary of state clinton would have a conflict, your reaction to those. >> the cover-up continues. nobody who knows more about benghazi before, after or during the attack than david benghazi. and now for whatever reason, he is not testify. he may eventually testify, they may subpoena him. at this point where it's his credibility? if he knew he was being investigated as he went up to capitol hill to spin the tale the white house wanted him to spin about this is about a mov movie, what kind of leverage did they hold over him? the leverage is gone now, he has nothing to lose. lou: the allegations by the alleged mistress in t
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Nov 8, 2012 3:00pm PST
. hogan go aheadly, he's worked for both rick santorum and mike huckabee. thank you both for joining me. >> thank you. >> thank you, reverend. >> what ails the party, in your opinion? >> i think we haven't reached out, and i think gale marriage is trending, and for whatever reason, this obsession with social issue says killing us. it was a difficult night, and one of the most popular things i've ever tweeted, and i think this is a harsh reality that we're facing right now. but i'm not shocked or surprised. i knew this when my father lost. i've been ostracized from my party, that i've discussed this with you before. if you're not going to start accepting people like me, this party is going to die. >>> now, hogan, let me first start with the same question. what in your opinion is ailing your party? >> i think really one of the stats from election night shocked me. it was george h.w. bush won 60% of the white vote in 1988. me got over 400 electoral votes. mitt romney did the same thing. he got crushed. i think there are three reasons this thing went so badly. one is because we have some
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Nov 2, 2012 4:00am EDT
the kkk ever was. >> bill: mike huckabee on christian voting and megyn kelly on early voting. who has the advantage so far? caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watches us tonight. new fox news poll on presidential election talking points memo. fox news channel has the race tied at 46% among likely independent voters romney defeats obama 46% to 439%. the president hats improved 5 points since october. here is something interesting among extremely interested voters 53% to 42%. now on the question of favorability. just about tied. president obama 52%. governor romney 51%. poet have 56% unfavorable rating. fox news also asked the folks if the obama administration has tried to mislead americans about the attacks on libya. 44% say yes. 47% say no. full-timably president obama's hand links of libya. 47% approve. 47% disprove. much of the mainstream libya has covered the president over libya and the issue has not gained big time traction. fox news correspondent catherine herridge reports she reviewed a cable sent
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Nov 2, 2012 1:00am PDT
that we thought you might like to z the first features fox news analyst mike huckabee doing narration. >> in generations past the church has always been able to count on the faithful to stand up and protect sacred rights and beauty. this generation of christians must do the same. many issues are at stake. but some issues are not negotiable. the right to life from conception to natural death. marriage should be reinforced, not be defined. it is an egregious violation of our cherished principle of religious liberty for the government to force the church to buy the kind of insurance that leads to the innocent taking of human life. this is hike huckabee asking you to join knee november the 6th and ask you to vote based on values that will withstand the test of fire. >> bill: arthel neville in for juliet huddy tonight. this is a theme we saw earlier in the program that american voters should take into account their moral conscious when making decision on tuesday. >> this is why it's controversial. called test a fire. some interpreting intimating if you vote for president obama you goal to
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Nov 8, 2012 5:00pm EST
christie side of this ledger and the paul ryan/mike huckabee side of the ledger. >> richard vigory, the direct mail expert, he pioneered the field of direct mail. he put out a statement as a bugle call. i think you're on the other side of the fit. mitt romney's loss was the death rattle of the establishment gop. far from signaling a rejection of the tea party or grassroots conservatives, the disaster of 2012 signals the beginning of the battle to take over the republican party and the opportunity to establish the gop as the party of small government, constitutional conservative. john, react to that. >> i don't care about richard. i really don't care about him. what i want to say is this. mike huckabee gets diversity. he was an excellent governor and i don't agree with mike huckabee on everything but don't throw mike huckabee opposite of jeb bush. i think paul ryan gets it, too. >> ryan is an anti-immigrant republican. he took up all this language they've used. you know, mitt romney went on and talked about people self-deporting. when you do that and when you try to suppress the vote, i
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Nov 18, 2012 11:00pm EST
cliff-hang gather. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [ applause ] >> mike: thank you very much. we've got a great audience. we say welcome to all of you. welcome from the fox news studios in new york city. from the time i first visited israel in 1973, i believe israel is a nation of miracles. it a miracle israel was able to reestablish itself on the ground god gave it 4,000 years before, from which dispersed 2,000 years ago. home without odds not without pain and bloodshed reestablished as the home for the jewish people that barely survived the holocaust has been pursued and threatened ever since it stands because of the sacrifice of its people what only can be described as divine providence. when it has been tacked it has not only secured stunning military victories but has ended up with more land more closely resembles the biblical deed of trust. end highs -- enemies demand the land be given back. when israel attempt today to give land for peace it gave land but failed to obtain peace. when it gave up any claim to gaza and forcibly removed its own people from there, it w
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Nov 1, 2012 1:00pm PDT
election day bears down upon us, we have the legendary mike huckabee suggesting if we vote for the president we may yet have to pay for it in eternity. listen to this. >> your vote will affect the future and be recorded in eternity. will you vote the values that will stand the test of fire? this is mike huckabee asking you to join me november the 6th and vote based on values that will stand the test of fire. >> david, your vote will be recorded in eternity and it must stand the test of fire. is it now his view that the unforgivable sin is voting for this president? >> well, apparently not santa, but god is keeping a list of whether you're naughty or nice and if you're naughty, you're voting for barack obama and you're going to hell. i saw this the other day, too. it's just one of the many outrages that are just kind of cascading past us in these final weeks. i'm glad you picked up on it, but, you know, apparently there's no such thing anymore as a liberal christian, and the only type of christian that will get through the pearly gates are those who accept mitt romney's lies and vot
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Nov 18, 2012 5:00pm PST
house budget committee on the economic cliff hanger. ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. [applaus [applause] >> thank you. thank you very much. well, we've got a great audience here and we say welcome to call all of you. welcome to huckabee from the knocks news studios in new york city. from the time i first visited israel in 1973, i believed that israel is a nation of miracles, a miracle they were able to establish itself on the ground that god gave it 4,000 years before and from which it's been dispersed 2000 years ago. it's returned home despite withothe pain and bloodshed. it's been pursued and threatened since. and stands because of the sacrifice of its people and because of what can only be described as divine providence. when it's been attacked and by bigger and more prosperous nation, it's not only secured stunning military victories, but ended up with more land than that which closely resembles to the biblical deed of trust. its enemies demand that the land be given back, but when israel has attempted to give land for peace, it gave land, but failed to obtain peace. when
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